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So much fun to stroll along through the Muscoot Farm. Loved seeing the animals and the enjoyment watching the kids have fun at the park. The goats had escaped the fence so everyone got to get up front and personal with them ! The gardens...More
Muscoot Farm is a lovely oasis in upper Westchester. Beautiful well kept animals, in a true farm setting (no feeding the animals), seasonal gardens to be envious of, hiking/walking trails for easy meandering, sporadic art shows in the 'home' and community driven activities from time...More
We stopped by since we were in the area. Coming from the Mid Hudson Valley with countless farms, we were not overly impressed. We were there over spring break which detracted from the experience. I'm sure mid week when school is in session, it would...More
Few days ago on beautiful afternoon. I've decided to go there to see nature along with all the animals .. I go there every often once twice a year although I have not been there for few years so it was great to re visit...More
Great pizzas, burgers and French onion soup! The service is reliable and they’re family friendly. Very popular on the weekends. They don’t take reservations so get there early if you don’t want to wait.
We always go in October so my review is only for this month. They have other activities throughout the year.
So, you want to go pumpkin picking? You've made a great choice.
Plenty of pumpkins to choose from at VERY cheap prices.
For example, this...More
Muscoot Farm has a wonderful setting for young children to view how farms run.
Many of the animals were available for viewing and the grounds were easily accessible.
There was also concessions being offered along with a hay ride.
My only advise is to bring...More
There are many animals to see here, and barns dating back to different periods over the last two hundred years. There is a giant tractor to climb on, and there is a snack bar though I have never seen it open. Best time of year...More
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No, there is no fee, although there is a place where you can make a donation. Strolling the grounds is free to all, one of the great things about Muscoot. I was just there last Friday with some of my grandkids and they... More
No, there is no fee, although there is a place where you can make a donation. Strolling the grounds is free to all, one of the great things about Muscoot. I was just there last Friday with some of my grandkids and they loved it, as usual.